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Live cattle futures were mostly higher on Friday with Feb 17 up $1.05, while most feeder contracts traded 12.5 cents to $1.55 higher. Over the course of the week live cattle rose $3.70; feeders also climbed $2.125. The CME Feeder Index for 1/12 was $132.03, 57 cents lower than the previous day. Wholesale beef prices were mixed in the afternoon report with the average choice price up $1.70 and select a penny lower, widening the CH/SE spread from earlier in the week to $4.26. WTD estimated FI slaughter including Saturday was 609,000 head, above last year’s 575,000 head for the same period.
Lean hogs settled mixed on Friday, with the front month down 35 cents. For the week, Feb 17 was 2.54% higher; a gain of $1.625. The CME lean hog index for 1/11 was another $1.17 higher at $61.85. USDA's daily report had the weighted average carcass price $1.17 higher at $80.54. The ham primal was $10.48 higher. Cash hog base prices in the afternoon report had a weighted average of $61.63, up 43 cents. The ECB was not reported, but the WCB was 30 cents lower at $62.16 and IA/MN was 34 cents higher with an average weighted price of 62.12. WTD estimated FI slaughter including Saturday was 2.402 million head, up 105,000 head vs. the same period last year. Managed money accounts added another 2% to their CFTC net long in lean hogs during the week ending 1/10.
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